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Hello all I am new to the board and would like to ask a question to see if anybody could help me out. Recently my PIP got stopped and it’s now gone to a tribunal. In December the tribunal was adjourned as they wanted to get some evidence from my doctors. All relevant evidence was received on January 24th and now I await for a reply. I rang up the courts last week and was told that it’s not been seen yet and will go to the next available date as it’s a paper case. It’s been over two months now and I’m worried that it’s not going to be seen, I struggle with mental health and the toll on me is becoming a little much. Does anybody know how long it normally takes for a decision and is this normal? Before it got adjourned it was seen within a month so I don’t know why it’s taking so long now. Any help would be appreciated and thank you in advance.
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